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.m. eastern on c-span. >> next, indiana governor mike pence on medicaid alternatives. john sopko. h >> in some respects, apple and google arguably started at the same time. in thebviously started 1970's, but then steve jobs got fired from the company in the mid-1980's and apple went from a. of 10 or 15 years where its fortunes really declined steadily. it wasn't really until 1997, when steve jobs returned, that apple's fortunes really began to rebound. in fact, it is pretty well-known among people who pay attention to what is going on in the valley, that when steve jobs came back, apple had 90 days of toh left before it was going in.r in some respects, you could say both companies started around the same time. >> tracing the origins of apple and google, monday on the communicators at eight a.m. eastern on c-span2. republican governor mike pence wants to expand health age. the obama administration would have to approve the expansion. the american enterprise institute hosted the governor and former u.s. representative on monday. this is about 50 minutes. >> good morning, ladies and gentlemen. i'
names] [reading names] [reading names] [reading names] [reading names] >> next, indiana governor mike pence on alternatives to medicaid. live at 7:00 a.m. your calls and comments on "washington journal." >> what i am trying to say is that fraud kills, ok? and it is nonpartisan, fraud. we have got to do something about it. we do not have unlimited budgets, and money gets wasted on a building that will never get used is money that would help another afghan and in the united states. you see this again and again and again. i am proud to work for this administration. i think it is important that people realize i was appointed by the president. inspector general's are independent. but it's important that people see the government does care. and there are a lot of people, people in aid and state and pentagon who care about wasting money. >> john sopko on his role as inspector general and how taxpayer dollars are spent on reconstruction in afghanistan sunday night at 8:00 on c-span's "q&a." >> republican governor mike pence wants to expand health care coverage for indiana's low income earners
for remarks by indiana governor mike pence on implementing the health care law in his state. this is expected to start any moment. [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] [inaudible conversations] >> good morning ladies and gentlemen. i'm arthur brooks and i'm delighted to welcome you to this morning's event featuring governor mike pence of indiana. the title of his talk today is market-based medicaid reform in the age of obamacare. we are looking to with very much anticipation to hear about his state's new waiver proposal for obamacare and medicaid. mike pence was elected as the 50th governor of the state of indiana in 2012. prior to that he was indiana's represented in the sixth congressional district for six terms. and how see reserve as house republican conference chairman and the chairman of the house republican study committee. he's had a huge amount of public service as a federal and state levels, always his distinctions health as being a warrior for the people, particularly the people who have less our than average. today's policy is no exception. it's my honor to welcome
, a preview of the upcoming week on capitol hill and the white house. and then indiana governor mike pence's plans to use funds to help his state's low-income residents. on the next "wall street journal" we'll get an update on the announcement five chinese officers were being charged with computer hacking. we'll talk to ben fitzgerald, and then talk about the potential threat over the mers virus and take your phone calls on the primary races, and you can join the conversation on facebook and twitter. "wall street journal," --" "washington journal." >> coolidge was a conservative hero and his tax rate was a gold standard tax rate we saw, 25% was what he got, the top rate down to, and he fought like crazy. started with wilson in the '70s, so that was an epic battle. andown look at what the socialites said about coolidge in washington, wouldn't meet with them -- they were probably all from families that endorsed different policies, especially alice longsworth. it was a let get 'em, and coolidge was prissy and cold and not giving out favors. she said he looked as though he had been weaned on a
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young and the sheriff's job. when we come back, you know him as indiana's governor. a lot of republicans see in him may be a presidential star. mike pence after this neil: indiana governor mike pence joins me now. he is closely watching not only what has been going on with health care, but he has not accepted in exchange in his state. we will get to that in just a second. in the meantime he is equating what is going on there with the problems we are seeing with this whole veterans agency debacle. governor, thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> first things first. beware of big government with this government agency with what is happening now. >> it is just a heartbreak. i came from a memorial day service here in indianapolis and we have a big race in indiana every year or that the most important thing is remembering those who served and to see what is happening in the va hospitals. it's deeply troubling to those across indiana. there are many hospitals here in indiana to do a line drive. telling us that we ought hold back from the government takeover of health care in china and oba
. eighty-two years young and the sheriff's job. when we come back, you know him as indiana's governor. a lot of republicans see in him may be a presidential star. mike pence after this (mother vo) when i was pregnant... i got more advice than i knew what to do with. what i needed was information i could trust on how to take care of me and my baby. luckily, unitedhealthcare has a simple program that helps moms stay on track with their doctors and get the right care and guidance-before and after the baby is born. simple is good right now. (anncr vo) innovations that work for you. that's health in numbers. unitedhealthcare. all stations come over to mithis is for real this time. step seven point two one two. verify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. neil: indiana governor mike pence joins me now. he is closely watching not only what has been going on with health care, but he has not accepted in e
project authorization at 650 indiana street >> good afternoon, commissioners, diego sanchez with planning department staff. before you i present a project located at 650 englanda street proposing two five-story mixed-use build and proposing 111 residential units. in approximate life 122,000 gross square feet and within that development is also proposed approximately 1900 gross square feet of ground-floor retail space. it's locationed on west side of englanda between 18-19 streets in the dog patch neighborhood. this requires two actions. this is pursuant to planning code section 295. and secondly you must grant a large project authorization pursuant to planning code section 329 to allow the construction of the two proposed five-story, 58' tall buildings and allow modifications to requirements for rear yard under planning code section 124 and dwelling unit exposure and horizontal mass reduction under planning code section 270.1. as a matter of background, the project went through before the rec and park commission finding that the new shadow he'll to 0.049% of the theoretically available an
yield the floor. quorum call: the presiding officer: the senator from indiana. mr. coats: mr. president, are we in morning business or are we in a quorum call? what is the current status of the floor? the presiding officer: we are in divided time until 11:15. mr. coats: mr. president, i would like to use some of that time. the presiding officer: the senator is recognized. mr. coats: mr. president, the citizens of indiana sent me to washington to be their voice, and as i travel across the state listening to them, whether it's in coffee shops or factories, small businesses, local schools, the people on the street, i hear a lot of good counsel and good advice as to what they think we ought to be doing up here. there are regulations and taxes and policies that are being imposed upon their businesses, on their personal lives. they would like to see some changes, some reforms. many of these ideas are very sensible. they -- they are relevant to what we do here. they affect their livelihoods. and that's really what the senate's all about. that's why we have a congress. that's why we have repres
degrees of coverage. it's essentially a three-legged stool. for health care in indiana. we call it hip link, hip plus and hip basic. now each of these would allow people to utilize private insurance options in consumer behavior to increase access to quality health care and the managed cost and health outcomes in the long run. first off, in hip 2.0 we would offer a hip link which is a premium assistance program for people who have access to insurance through their employers today but simply may not be able to afford it. now this is -- this is a defined contribution premium assistance program and it is the first of its kind. those who qualify for hip, hip link would receive the defined contribution to the state into what we call their power account. that's their health savings account which they could use for payams co-payments or deductibles area that's first. secondly is the first of the two health savings account like the grams. hip plus first and foremost i will say is available to all qualified hip members who make their contributions to the health savings account their power accoun
in indiana, the state's board of education overwhelmedly decided to replace the common core requirements. this makes indiana the first state to walk away from common core, after originally adopting it. more states think follow indiana, when asked about that, secretary of education said. >> they absolutely have is the right to do this, this is a state led effort, always has been, and whatever indiana decides we want to work with them to make sure the students have a chance to be suck is recessful. >> common core still has many supporters the former governor of florida jeb bush is one, the miss associated u.s. chamber of commerce, and bill gates are early backers, the gates foundation is put up more than $170 million to help the program. i think the common core is a good thing. i think what we need to do is help people struggling with the curriculum requirements. what can we do to take things that are too theoretical and make them more practical. in some ways i think there's a good opportunity there. but we shouldn't be walking away from standards. >> and randy wine garten president of the
. republican governor mike pence wants to expand health care coverage for indiana's low income earners. the plan would be paid for with medicaid expansion funds approved as part of the health care law which ever pence wants to repeal. the obama administration would have to approve the expansion. the amerco enterprise institute hosted the governor and former u.s. representative on monday. >> we are looking to hear about his states new pozo for obama care and medicaid. mike pence was elected as the 50th governor in 2012. ther to that he was representative in the sixth district 46 terms. -- for 6 terms. he has had a huge amount of experience. he has distinguished himself in his career. today's policy is no exception. it is my honor to welcome governor mike pence. [applause] >> thank you for that introduction and for the hospital tell of the. -- and the hospitality. i'm grateful to you, not just for your hospitality today, but for really keeping the twin lights of freedom and enterprise earning brightly. aei's mission is about keeping the hope of opportunity of a better life, more vibrant
know him as indiana's governor. a lot of republicans see in him may be a presidential star. mike pence after this all stations come over to mission a for a final go. this is for real this time. step seven point two one two. verify and lock. command is locked. five seconds. three, two, one. standing by for capture. the most innovative software on the planet... dragon is captured. is connecting today's leading companies to places beyond it. siemens. answers. smoke? nah, i'm good. [ male announcer ] celebrate every win with nicoderm cq, the unique patch with time release smartcontrol technology that helps prevent the urge to smoke all day long. help prevent your cravings with nicoderm cq. neil: indiana governor mike pence joins me now. he is closely watching not only what has been going on with health care, but he has not accepted in exchange in his state. we will get to that in just a second. in the meantime he is equating what is going on there with the problems we are seeing with this whole veterans agency debacle. governor, thank you for joining us. >> thank you. >> first things firs
appreciate you joining us here on c-span. >> indiana congressman luke messer was a 2014 commencement speaker at ball state university. the republican freshman class president of congress told his story to capitol hill which included four years as an indiana state representative and serve as direct your of the state republican party -- dire ctor other state republican party. [applause] >> wow. what a day. thank a university president for that generous introduction and everyone at the university for this tremendous honor. i have a confession to make -- i love amendments. -- commencements. they are day to celebrate achievements and new beginnings for each graduate. it is a day to remember the families and the teachers who have health you reach your goals. i love all of the well earned smiles. congratulations to each of you. congratulations is in order for the university president who is retiring after 10 years of leading this world-class university. you are a force of nature. [applause] she even brought the sunshine today. there was no way it was going to rain on her last commencement. your gro
of the project as if you were standing on indiana street looking south near the 18th street overpass. this is a picture of existing conditions as you can see from the plans, the site is kitty-corner to osprey park, just northwest of the esprit park and espirit park. esprit park in green to the northeast. we're an extraordinary transit-oriented development site and a few blocks from the mupi 3rd street ultimately subway central 20th street station and of course pier 00 and the park are just four blocks to the east and we'll get back to that in a second. moving close to the project site you can see why we dub our name project oem, and we occupy a slender site. we back up onto a landscaped embankment. across 19th is a warehouse that is currently occupied by an equipment rental company and to the east is the ucsf administrative and planning building. this is a diagram of the massing -- on the left, one of our emphasis, our goals in the design was to create a very articulated and diverse building facade. on that note, we were committed to really four things when we approached the buildi
of indiana wants to repeal the affordable care act but has a plan to use medicaid expansion funds from the bill to help the state's low-income residents. he outlined his proposal at the american enterprise institute. this is a little less than an hour. [inaudible conversations] >> good morning, ladies and gentlemen. i'm arthur brooks, president of the american enterprise institute and a delighted to welcome you to this morning's events featuring governor mike pence of indiana. the title of the stock is market -based medicaid reform and the age of obamacare, and we are looking to was very much anticipation to hear about his state's new waiver proposal for obamacare and medicaid. mike pence was elected is the 50th governor of the state of indiana in 2012. prior to that he was indiana's representative in the sixth congressional district for six terms. in the house, he served as house republican conference chairman and the chairman of the house republican study committee. he has had a huge amount of public service of the federal and state letters to five levels. he has distinguished himsel
under our regular calendar for the next case at the 605 indiana street a consideration of an in kind agreement. >> good afternoon from the plaintiff i manage the department implementation team to help deliver the infrastructure that envisioned from our area plan we do that there working with project sponsors to verify in kind agreements we bring for your approval of the waiver of the impact fees before i turn it over to my colleague i want to take a few brief minutes to overview the process we have 3 of them coming to you within the next 3 months so you're going to be seeing a lot of it and at this point make sure you understand the process. we look at the in kind agreements as a mechanism to get the improvements for streetscapes and infrastructure it's the way to envision vesting with the community and go through a cheaper way to get those built. technically they're an impact fee waiver for the dick developer they get the value for the improvements and pace an lessor amount of the impact fees and just to be clear in order to get the consider for the in kind agreement they have to g
. oklahoma survives 104-84, tying the series at three games. indiana, late in the fourth, tied at 85. indiana moves ahead with this jumper. atlanta struggles, hitting only a quarter of their three-pointers in the game. indiana wins 95-88. series at three games a piece. so the nhl playoffs, we take you, montreal at boston. the classic nhl rivalry goes double overtime. montreal wins the face-off. a beautiful shot in the game. 4-3. also reaching for the stanley cup, new york, pittsburgh, chicago. jailhouse scuffle, an alleged threat gets aaron hernandez in the news again. a new set of charges is what he gets. the former new england patriot is already in custody on a 2013 murder charge. now, add that, assaulting an inmate and threatening a guard. >>> gets the sign. here comes the pitch. strike three. a no hitter. >> that is a voice the public has heard for 74 years. broadcast pioneer bob woolf announced don larsson's perfect game and babe ruth's earliest interviews. there he is in the middle there. he's still working. still working at age 93. he was honored at yankee stadium by the guinness book
now had confined itself to the middle east has turned up in the u.s. in indiana. it's a respiratory virus more lethal than the flu called mers. it was first discovered two years ago in saudi arabia. today the cdc said it was only a matter of time before it reached this country. our chief medical editor dr. nancy snyderman has our report. >> reporter: health care officials are working to track down people who recently traveled the same route as a man the cdc says has tested positive for the deadly middle east respiratory syndrome virus. on april 24th, the health care worker traveled from riyadh, the largest city in saudi arabia to london's heathrow airport. from there it was onto o'hare in chicago. from chicago, the man took a bus to indiana. and on april 27th he felt ill with shortness of breath, coughing, and fever. on april 28th the patient went to the emergency room at a community hospital in munster, indiana. it was there he was diagnosed, isolated, and today remains in good condition. although a potentially dangerous virus, experts say the general population is really not at ri
to as space indiana jones? >> she does but she says, indiana jones has got nothing on me. she is enabling these folks the way indiana jones never did. >> there are plenty of other uses for it too. >> people are using them in agriculture, to monitor humane crises, you can see how many refugees are arriving at sites, you can take the thermal imagesd monitor what's happening ought around the world. coming up next, kyle you're going to show us how nature can teach us some lessons. >> i'm taking a look at how mother nature is informing our technology. >> we want to hear what you think about these stories. join the conversation by >> award winning producer and director joe berlinger exposes the truth. >> our current system has gone awry... >> a justice system rum by human beings, can run off the rails. >> sometimes the system doesn't serve and protect, and the innocent pay the price. what goes wrong? >> it's a nightmarish alternative reality, sometimes you can't win... >> an original investigative series. when justice is not for all... the system with joe beringer only on al jazeera america >>
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this indiana state man did when he got fed up with the potholes. now some here will show him and d.c. how to fill them all up without putting a hole in our pocket boo i'm kelly wright. i'll see you back here at 1:00 p.m. for america's news headquaters. now back to forbes on fox. >>> well, folks, the roads are so bad out there that one indiana man is protesting all of those potholes by filling one up with a plant. his video going viral the same week the administration is pushing for more federal funding to repair our roads and bridges but rich you say we already have enough money for the potholes. >> yeah, we do. what's really disturbing here is that in the 20th century we governed projects including the golden gate bridge, the interstate highway system and space travel putting a man on the moon. i don't know why the government is so screwed up but the fact of the matter is they can't. we need more private competition. i was on a private road from john wayne airport to another place in southern california. it was a beautiful road. >> well, as rich suggested it's not rocket science filling
announced they ha drug they were going to use to kill prisoners. a drug brevital, and indiana announced last week they obtained a sufficient supply of brevital and plan to use it for a lethal objection. so for the past three years, over the past three years, that's four drugs, one right after the other, that have been pulled by their manufacturer. the companies that make the drugs, find out states are using them to kill people and the companies flip out don't want their drugs used for it. they try to get them back from the prisons. stop sales. change their distribution systems and tell distributors not to sell to any body who will sell to the prisons. and the states keep scrambling. well now today we can report exclusively, it has happened again. last week, the state of indiana announced they had fund a new drug they were going to use to kill prisoners. a drug brevital, and indiana announced last week they obtained a sufficient supply of brevital and plan to use it for a lethal objection. we obtained this statement from the makers of brevital saying oh, no you don't. the company says they we
]: to find people who may have had contact and finally ended up indiana yanna. the illness come to to the same group of viruses. sfran 49er will stay bethe seem. >>>. >>> to find people who may have had contact and finally ended up indiana yanna. the illness come to to the same group of viruses. sfran 49er will stay bethe seem. i wish i would have paid her off off. that news came after yesterday's revelation that sterling is fietalling cancer. there. >>> there is a lot at steak following the comments made fwhie clippers' owner. >> reporter: todayane downtown oakland a farmer's market filled with a lot of chatter about the warriors. >> we are always leading gold and blue. . >> reporter: frus and papers look broiter. >> they're going. they're not biving up. >> reporter: the warriors have one final shoot around. the under dog warriors know the contravurzy to pull for the clippers in game seven. >> i know there are people pulling for us. it doesn't matter. we will play against the clippers in game seven and it will be a lot of fun. that won't mean a thing. >> maybe if you look at it
in indiana is being treated for middle east respiratory syndrome, known as mers. the virus had been seen only in 12 countries in the middle east and europe. dr. jon lapook is looking into this. >> reporter: the unidentified patient was a health care provider in saudi arabia. on april 24, the patient traveled from riyadh to london and on to chicago, then took a bus to indiana. three days later, fever, cough, and shortness of breath developed. the next day, the patient was admitted to community hospital in munster, indiana. dr. anne schuchat is with the c.d.c. >> we are working with partners in england and others around the world to make sure the people who were on the airplanes are contacted and notified to be on the lookout for signs or symptoms. >> reporter: mers was first reported in 2012 in saudi arabia. there are 401 known cases worldwide with 93 deaths. all the cases can be traced back to the arabian peninsula. those six countries have 88 of the deaths. the indiana patient is in isolation, listed in stable condition. there's no specific treatment or vaccine for mers. when it spreads from
traveled to indiana last month. he spent a week and a half at community hospital in munster, indiana, and was released three days ago. with no specific treatment available, doctors in florida are consulting with their counter-parts in indiana to discuss ways of dealing with the infection. dr. tom friedman is the director of the c.d.c. >> we think really there are two things going on. the first is that there does appear to be an increased number of cases. there are clusters in saudi arabia that we've not seen before. but the second thing is that we're recognizing it more. >> reporter: the c.d.c. says you are not considered to be at risk for mers unless you have had close contact with an infected patient. and in the case of the indiana patient who is doing well, even close contacts have all tested negative for the virus. >> pelley: thanks, jon. today, pro-russian separatists in ukraine declared independence for two eastern provinces. voters there overwhelmingly chose autonomy in a weekend referendum. ukraine's government, however, called the vote illegal and today, the white house said
, until this. an accused killer from indiana is free, after walking out of a hospital in oak lawn. police say 21-year-old mark cherry of lake station, and two other men, broke into a home in gary on december first... demanded drugs from the homeowner... then shot and killed a man. cherry suffered a bullet wound in the exchange. he was treated at christ medical center... but two months later, when he felt better, he simply walked out. >> things happen like that. we're not going to blame anybody will not blaming anybody. is that it happened and it is unfortunate. but it did happen. >>police say they don't have the manpower to guard a suspect at a hospital for two months. the hospital says it has no police powers to detain a patient against his will. a patient in indiana continues to recover from *mers as hospital workers continue to take precautions. the world health organization says the patient is a 61 year old u-s citizen. he's been getting treated for "middle east respiratory syndrome," or mers, since april 28th. doctors say he's now breathing normally, has a good appetite, and will be
in jasper county, indiana. right now it's the calm between the storms. that heavy rain and some of the effects will continue. let's take a look. our umbrella will be needed today. showers will continue with mainly cloudy skies has a pitcher three degrees below average. showers are likely. flood warning is in effect for the north branch of the chicago river. we are expecting the water to rise as expected more rain coming. don't try to drive across the roadways. and keep your kids across away from the waterways. more rain coming from the south and west. the cold front will arrive at 10:00 a.m. after that are temperatures will drop and the rain gets out. only a 20 percent chance of rain. here is the 3 day forecast. today's high 66. dry much of wednesday that showers return 55 on thursday. a far cry from 84. here is the traffic a lot of flooding happening up with. everything was flooded out along grade avenue and that stretch goes from first avenue. we hear that stretch of 41 between buckley and deer path road just opened. either way, look for some high standing water. take it easy
. to share a little bit about hard city, we are in indiana, -- heart city, we are in indiana. the center sees about 2000 people a year. it represents 20% of our city's population. we are a safety net provider serving a large group of folks within the community. we have the requisite medical, dental, you puerile health, and an on-site pharmacy -- behavioral health, and an on-site pharmacy. we are opening a second clinic on june 3. we were able to do that thanks in part to a grand during the affordable -- to a grant during the affordable care act. that since the press release went out to our community, we received 15-20 calls a day from people who are trying to get access and who need care. this is before we ask the hospitals to open the gate. folks,ey are referring the 3500 number will fill up the cleats. -- fill up quickly. 47% of low income families do not have access to a primary care provider and that low income is $44,000 for a family of four. or less. a little bit about our patient population, i think it mirrors many of the slides that melinda showed earlier. we do have a very large medi
is being treated for the deadly illness. this case and one coming out of indiana are believed to be connected to saudi arabia. doctors say neither case is severe but they are warning an estimated 500 people who were on flights with two of those patients to be on the lookout for them.ç >>> murderers, sex offenders set free while waiting to be deported. the center for immigration studies looked at this and say the convicts were released last year and it slams the obama administration for freeing thousands of convicted criminals, some who were waiting the outcome of their cases. the immigration group says more than 36,000 convicted criminal aliens were turned loose in 2013. >>> yesterday we told but this story and here's an update for you. good wins over evil on the campus of harvard university. a student group planned satanic mass was canceled followingç outrage from religious and educational leaders. members from the cultural studies club claimed they wanted to move the mass but couldn't find a new location. christian students say they're glad it was called off and still ca
in north carolina, ohio and indiana, and it's a primary hat trick, kicks off this may mayhem. a month-long series of primary contests, stretches across nearly a dozen states from the deep south to the great plains and on to the pacific northwest. today the race to watch is in the tar heel state. it's the latest round in the epic battle over the last four years that's been the tea party versus the establishment inside the republican party. today it's a battle for the u.s. senate nomination in north carolina. it will go a long way toward setting the narrative which will develop over the next month. does the tea party movement have any bite left and will republicans snatch defeat from the jaws of victory and lose the prospect of losing control of the senate if they end up nominating weaker, general election candidates. that's what this next six weeks is about. thom tillis, backed by the chamber of commerce and american crossroads has the advantage in what is a very crowded eight-way primary. it's clear tillis will be the top vote-getter. will he break the next 40% vote getter to avoid a
republican of indiana at our table is morning member the educational work worse committee. thanks for being here. we are talking about charter school programs and reform and there's legislation making his way to the floor. what would this bill do? >> guest: to bipartisan bill that both the ranking member in the chairman of the committee have put together. it's called h.r. 10 which is the washington number but essentially it's the charter school bill. it's designed to help support states in their efforts to expand charter schools. it's also designed to help replicate the best performing charter schools. 2 million families across america are involved in charter schools but 1 million families can't be because they are on waitlist in areas across the country. that's an injustice in a country that promises everyone should have an opportunity to succeed and so our hope is that through this bill we can help promote the best performing charter schools across the country. it should get a strong vote in the house this week. when it was on the floor two years ago it had broad bipartisan support around
-84, tying the gaseries at one a piece the. indiana is moving ahead with the jumper. atlanta struggles, hitting only a quarter of their three-pointers. indiana, 95-88. series, three games a piece. let's take you to the nhl playoffs. the classive rivalry goes double joer time. monotrooel wins the face-off 4-3. amaiding shots in that game. new york/pittsburgh hits the ice tonight. they have the cross-town rivalry on saturday. a jailhouse scuffle and alleged threats gets, yes, aaron hernandez in the news again. he has a new set of charges. the former patriot is already in custody on a 2013 murder charge. now add to that assaulting an inmate and threatening a guard. a no hitter! that's the voice the public has heard for 74 years. he's announcing don larson's perfect game and babe ruth's best interviews. he's still working at age 93. he has more expense than everything in the building. wolf that has the longest broadcast career ever. the white house correspondence dinner or so-called nerd prom gets muscle this year. some of the nfl's best break bread with the elite tomorrow. who would you l
in various things for public plaza. 288 pages for 1036 mission. 255 pages for 650 indiana. 196 at 1201 tennessee. they all appear on the public agenda friday, six days before the hearing. and they have no table of contents. none. zero. so the only thing a person like me can do is basically punch "hit all/print all" to find what we want to find. very few of the public have oversized printers. so although the plans that are provided in there are going to be mini plans, even though you have 11x17 plans. the planning department has with the consent of the commission, and the consent of the office of commission affairs, basically abandoned any two-week report. how do you expect the public to read -- i'm not even dealing with ers -- i'm not dealing with things that i don't care about on this calendar. 800 pages of documents on friday. i attempted to get two-week bindings for both the indiana case, which is also coming back two weeks from now, the public plaza, which is part of the case, which is going to be considered two weeks from now. and the tennessee case. basically what you have
a bus to indiana and felsic and ended up in the hospital. the deadly virus hit the healthcare in the middle east hard and the fatality rate is high and the risk of an outbreak is low. >> not a clear case of person to person transmission outside of the healthcare setting yet, so i think we need to keep this in perspective. >> health o if i recalls say that the virus started in the middle east first in camels and spread to the middle eastern countries and 200 deaths. right now no specific treatment, cure or vaccination. >> most of the cases, a vast amount of the cares are in the middle case and it progresses fast and most of the people die. 1% for the seasonal flu. you see how severe that the infection can be. >> it is similar to the deadly sars virus that killed hundreds in the early 2000s. >> the nba playoffs five games this weekend and the action on the court is being overshadowed by the donald sterling saga. we are joined now with the discussion on sports. >> yes, donald sterling and the discussion is beginning with him, sterling has been pat battling prostrate cancer and no
. a man from indiana was hospitalized after he began experiencing symptoms, shortness of breath and favor, officials are trying to figure out how he contracted the virus. dr. sanjay gupta has more. >> we are getting more details. we know this is an american. someone who works as a health care worker doing that job if saudi arabia and traveled back from saudi arabia through london, chicago and took a bus to indiana, it was three days after they arrived here, they began to get ill and were in a hospital in isolation. he appears to be if stable condition right now. on oxygen, not on a vent lator, we don't know where this virus comes from three quarters have the virus, itself, in camels over there exactly how it gets transmitted. is it if droplets or unpass curized camel milk? nay don't know. this patient appears to be doing well. unlike sars, this does not appear to spread easily from human to human. 'mers, we don't know yet. we will keep an eye on things in many ways this wasn't expected. you have a global system. have you people moving from country to country. there have been people in yur
. who is going to take the 48-minute effort. >> atlanta and indiana game seven. larry bird. the pacers down 3-2 in the series. a playoff career high 30 points from paul george, lance stevens, 19 points 4 , board. indiana with the 92-82 win and get washington in the conference semis. >> a's in boston facing the red sox, tommy malone on the hill and boston strong was too much. a's lose. now to fenway park, jonny gomes, a grand slam. malone gave up three home runs, including this shot to david ortiz in the third. malone drops to 0-3, the sox take the 5-0 lead. more than enough nor boston pitcher jon lester. allowing just one hit in eight shutout innings walked only two. wed sox win. >> giants and braves in atlanta. throwback uniforms. brandon bell, eighth home run of the season. solo shot. 1-0 giants inch the fourth, buster posey's tournament see ya. his sevennal of the year. highlights at 9:00 and 11:00. >> their round of the wells fargo champship. phil mickelson shoot up the leader board with 9-under. short game working on 18. just two back of leader j.b. holme, shot a 6-under 66, putti
with the forecast. >>> three game sevens today in the nba. and indiana escapes the upset and indiana escapes the upset and moves on. ♪music the lord says, "come to me all you who are weary and find life burdensome, and i will give you rest." join us for the majesty of the catholic mass here sunday mornings at 8:30. for more information visit mysundaymass.org >>> tonight the president led a roast of washington at the white house correspondents dinner, an annual event packed with business leaders, celebries, raising money to give scholarships to hopeful journalists. it's a huge draw because of its cutthroat jokes. a taste from the president and host joel mckale. >> after my stellar 2013, what can i possibly talk about? [ laughter ] >> we rollaled out healthcare.gov. that could have gone better. on the plus side, they did turn the launch of healthcare.gov into one of the year's biggest movies. >> tonight the show is broadcast on cspan. yeah. cspan is like one of those paranormal activity movies. it's just grainy shots of empty rooms interrupted by images of people you're pretty sure died a fe
. >> indiana health officials who say a patient has been diagnosed with middle east respiratory or mers is improving. on april 24th he flew from reodd, lauchb, to chicago and took a bus to indiana. three days later fever, cough, and shortness of breath developed. the next day he was admitted. the travel led the state's health department to test for mers. >> we're working with partners in england and othering around the world to make sure that the people who were on the airplanes are contacted and notified to be on the lookout for signs or symptoms. >> reporter: the mers virus was first located in 2001. all the cases can be traced back to the arabian peninsula. those six countries have 88 of the deaths. >> the treatment for these patients is symptomatic and physiolog physiologic. take care of them, watch their breathing, we may assist their breathing, we watch their urine, may give them fluids but at the moment we have no antibiotic. it's not highly transmittable, however, there is concern that when the patient is receiving health care, there is risk to the health care workers. >> report
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